The purpose of this chapter is to explain the ways in which inclusion is central to our theoretical motivation, and how authors think about and do engaged communication scholarship; interrogate the challenges associated with doing inclusion in our peacebuilding practice; and imagine a future in which inclusion genuinely is stitched through our patterns of peacebuilding practice and theorizing. This theoretical motivation is tied to our peacebuilding practice when authors first consider a peacebuilding initiative and when they engage in ongoing relationships with collaborators to do it. The relationally attentive approach to doing engaged scholarship aims to foster a mindset of inclusion among all collaborators. To date, they have learned that inclusion is about being physically present with others, creating the space for diverse voices to be heard and for diverse peoples to act, and doing alongside/with difference.